If you copy the file over to a linux system, remember to make it executable. Here's what that command looks like:
# chmod +x imageextract-131.php
This will try to pull all the images, even previous versions of a person’s badge picture. It will name the files after whoever it thinks the owner is or was. The image files will have a sequence number if it finds previous versions of the badge image for a given user. This is determined by the order the tool finds them in the image table, not by age.
This has been tested with CPAM 1.3.0 and 1.3.1
When the tool runs successfully you will be presented with a "zipped_images.zip" link to download.
I'd love to get your feedback on how this worked for you. Let me know what you like about it, what you don't like about it, and what suggestions you have for it. Of course, I also want to know if you run into any problems caused by the script. I can't fix it if I don't know it's broken.
This script is not officially supported by our development team, but I will try to fix it if something is wrong.
Has anyone had an issue with the Monitoring and or Command links not working in the CPAM admin web interface? User have rebooted the server and the issue persists. After login he/she see the monitoring / status page however if he navigate away he cant get back by clicking on the Monitoring link, only by back button. Command link is not working at all.
i had been working with a customer on the same issue today, i was able to get though by restarting the stop and start of cpam admin and cpamacserver service. Please use IE 8 or 9 or fire fox. chrome is not supported.